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Cozmic
6:00 am
Tue September 23, 2014

Taking Art to the Streets

A public forum about street art will be held at Cozmic in Eugene on Tuesday evening. Panelist Isaac Marquez, the City of Eugene’s Public Art Manager, speaks with Eric Alan about creating engaging public art, the boundaries between art and graffiti, and how street art is pushing contemporary art forward. 

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Bee Health
5:25 pm
Mon September 22, 2014

Yellow Jackets, Not Honeybees, To Blame For Disrupting Outdoor Activities

Yellow Jackets on some meat.
Credit osumg.blogspot.com

People holding outdoor gatherings might be facing intrusions from wasps and yellow jackets. As summer winds down, the insects are likely searching for protein-rich food before overwintering.

According to the Oregon Department of Agriculture, many people assume applying pesticides to their flower beds will get rid of the nuisances. But many products end up harming honeybees instead. ODA spokeswoman Rose Kachadoorian says spraying insecticides around the yard won't do much good.

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Climate Change
8:17 am
Mon September 22, 2014

Eugene Teen Featured On National TV Talk Show

South Eugene High School graduate Kelsey Juliana appeared on the public television show Moyers and Company this week.
Credit Billmoyers.com

Hundreds of people gathered in downtown Eugene Sunday to rally for more action on climate change. This is in solidarity with a Global Climate march focused on the United Nations Climate Summit taking place this week in New York.

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Eugene City Hall
6:53 am
Mon September 22, 2014

Council To Decide Future Of City Hall

Credit City of Eugene

The Eugene City Council is expected to decide the fate of the shuttered, 50-year-old city hall this week. The council voted earlier this month to postpone the demolition of city hall for two weeks to have another debate about the building's future.

City spokeswoman Jan Bohman says councilors will hear from the design team  at their Monday evening meeting.

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Working Poor
6:43 am
Mon September 22, 2014

Oregon's Working Poor: Housing

Alaina Campos comforting her daughter Lexi outside the library in Redmond.
Credit John Rosman / OPB

This week we bring you stories of Oregon’s “working poor,” or those who are living below 200 percent of the poverty line.For many families, housing eats up the biggest portion of limited budgets. Amanda Peacher reports from Central Oregon, where the rental market is especially challenging for low-income workers.

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Disasters & Accidents
6:00 am
Mon September 22, 2014

Disaster Preparedness Training For Eugene Citizens

Downtown Eugene during storms in 2014.
Credit KLCC

Disaster Preparedness Training is available free to the Eugene/Springfield community, Tuesday. Citizens can learn about simple ways to be ready for situations when first responders are limited.

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College Football
9:15 am
Sun September 21, 2014

Ducks Survive Cougars, Beavs Handle Aztecs

Credit gtff3544.net

The University of Oregon Ducks survived the Washington State Cougars Saturday night 38 to 31 in Pullman. The Ducks were tied at 21 during halftime, but Quarterback Marcus Mariota was nearly flawless in the second half finishing 21-of-25 for 329 yards and five touchdowns. The Cougars did pressure the Heisman Trophy candidate sacking Mariota 7 times in the victory.

Mariota: "You know we knew that they were an aggressive defense and we were going to have to take a couple of hits, but we just had to keep chugging and guys up front, guys outside, we executed well."

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Now during Morning Edition
10:17 pm
Fri September 19, 2014

Marketplace Morning Report

Marketplace Morning Report now airs on KLCC at 5:50 and 7:50 a.m. weekdays during NPR's Morning Edition

This segment, produced by American Public Media in partnership with NPR, offers listeners a look at business and economic news from a global perspective, with a glance ahead to the news which will be making headlines throughout the day.

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Veterans' Issues
3:32 pm
Fri September 19, 2014

New Long Term Housing Facility For Veterans Dedication Saturday In Lebanon

Inside the Edward C. Allworth Veterans' Home.
Credit Albany Democrat-Herald

A new long-term care home in Lebanon for Veterans is finished and will be dedicated, Saturday. The facility can house up to 154 residents and is named after a World War I Medal of Honor recipient from Corvallis.

The 40 million dollar facility broke ground in 2012 and focuses on rehabilitation services and long term care for veterans with dementia or Alzheimer’s. Oregon Department of Veterans Affairs Spokesman Jeremy Woodall is proud of the building.

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Climate Change
2:07 pm
Fri September 19, 2014

Climate March Sunday Parallels New York City Event

The biggest climate march in history is happening on Sunday, and Oregon is joining in. Events around the world will bring together hundreds of organizations in a call for action to protect the air, food and water.

Demonstrations are centered in New York City, where a U.N. Climate Summit takes place Tuesday. The gathering in New York is expected to attract over 200-thousand people. Local rallies are planned for several Oregon communities, including Eugene.

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